Fifth Harmony sprung a surprise on fans today with the addition of new song ‘Voicemail’ to the streaming version of their ‘7/27’ album.
Though an unusual move, it’s most definitely a welcome one.
Listen below to find out why…
Yes, yes, and yes!
With its anthemic chorus, the cut gives a nostalgic nod to the fist-pumping girl-power tracks of the late 90’s/early 00’s.
Its production isn’t far removed from said era either, as on first listen it sounds as if it’d be at home (and in bed) with any Nsync effort or peak-time Britney.
And while some may therefore dismiss this as a cute journey down memory lane, we hope bigger things are in store for the track. For, it’s easily (easily) better than much of what the final ‘7/27’ tracklist. What’s more, in a climate which saw Megan Trainor smash with ‘No,’ there’s approximately no reason why this can’t slay the same way.